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The Language Commons is an international consortium that is creating a large collection of written and spoken language material, made available under open licenses. The content includes text and speech corpora, along with translations, lexicons and other linguistic resources that support large-scale investigation of the world's languages. Members of the consortium include academic, industrial, and government organizations in many countries

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1964
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en
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linguistics
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phonetics
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phonology
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prosody
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linguistic data consortium, university of pennsylvania
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nelson francis and henry kucera
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A Standard Corpus of Present-Day Edited American English, for use with Digital Computers. By W. N. Francis and H. Kucera (1964), Department of Linguistics, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Revised 1971, Revised and Amplified 1979.
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Transcripts of 36 calls from the Switchboard Corpus, including phonetic, syntactic, discourse, and disfluency annotations.
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